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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ' EMANUEL & SON have REMOVED from the a 'premises lately occupied by them in Auburh -~treet to their now premises Opposite the Market-square, AUBURN-STREET. 4049 i::CHARLES R OGERS, 'CABINET MAKER, -UPHOLSTERER, AND FRENCH POLISHER, Montague-street, next to Messrs. Dignam'. UR-NITURE T-.EPAIR D AND V r.RE-POLISHED. 4592' .KINNER AN D CO.0 , Soda Water :. Lemonade . Sarsaparilla "Ginger-Beer, atnd . All kinds of 6irdials. ORD?RS by post, or otherwise, immediately at I.J 'tended to. S MANUFACTORY, VERNER-STREET,. ; " Nearly opposite Catholic Chapel, '4291" Goulburn. COOMA. BENJAMIN DE LISSA B EGS to Inform 'the inhabitants of Cooma and . Cthe surrounding district that he has taken out 'an '4UCTIONEER'S LICENSE, and intends hold iig regulir 'Auction Sales, and will be happy to sell by goods entrusted to his charge. Coinmission strictly inoderate, 4600 [A CARD.] ITENA £tUCT!ON 1\T ART, •BRIGHT'S. HOTEL, TUENA CREEK. BUCKNELL AND. CO. Anoctioneers, Land and Est...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860
Tne reasons assigned by the Sydney Chamber of Comnmerce for discouatenancing the pro iponals of the Peninsular and Oriental Conm .tiny, appeal irresistibly to the conviction. In the first place, supposing thatthis new nrrangement were agre?'d to, and a branch line to Galle subsidised at a largo additional outlay, what guaranteo would there be that the company would not a second time sur render their contret nc? And in thi next place, why should New South Wales, in prospect of a postal route better adapted to her interests, p av nblore money . for the mo nopoly of a service in.-which she 'derives but ecolnd-rate advantages, being oftun obliged to remain for a who!!glpoptlh without sending answers to European. letters? We are so loth to see nmail colimunication ga~in inter rnlped, that we are at times tempted tograsp at any proposal rather than submit to that misfortune ; but it is now evident that nil the opposition raised ini 'England to the Panama route, has its origin in the inter...
COUNTRY NEWS. GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. --- 0 --- GUNDAROO. (From our own Correspondent.) SINCE the heavy floods have disappeared in this dis- trict I have heard of considerable damage having been done to the crops of corn and potatoes --- in many places corn having been completely levelled &nbsp; with the ground. The potato crops have also suf- fered greatly. The potatoes can now be picked up without digging for. The flood entered many houses down this river towards Yass. The upward mail to Queanbeyan was detained at Gininderra, and had to return without the Queanbeyan bags on Monday. Farmer are complaining, especially those who have not had their stacks well secured. I saw samples of wheat taken out of four different stacks to-day, and each sample was grown, and that con- siderably. I am afraid that there will be a great deal of grown wheat this season. Business for some time has been suspended on account of the river being high, but I am happy to say that it has fallen considerably. GOLD. --- We h...
EUROPEAN EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 18 February 1860
EUROPEAN EXTRA CTS. A. WILD GIRL.-A woodman recently 'found a girl lying wretchedly clad, and he numbed with the cold, in a wood in the canton of St. Gall, Switzerland. He took her to his house, and sent for the authorities of the village, who ordered her to be sent to the workhouse. The girl then made a statement to the effect that sihe is the daughter of what are called heimathouso parents-a sort of pariahs who belong to no canton-and that slie had never lived ndtler a roof. She was eighteen years old, but had not the slightest notion of religion. One day her father killed 'her mother in a quarrel, and she (the girl) then took to flight., and had ever since wanl dered about hire woods and mountnins, living -on wild fruits and vegetables pilfered from gardens. To explain how she was not dis covered sooner, she said that her custom was to hide during the day, and to prowl about at night. CoNVICTION FOR MIunDEn.-At the York shire assizes, on the 15th, Charles Nerming ton was found gu...
COLONIAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
COLONIAL ~AEXTRAC'S. EXTrnAOIDINARY Cone.-The case of the unfortunate man Blowen, who was so barbar ously wounded by his mate with an axe, at the Mia Mia, is likely to be an object of lpub lic interest for a long time to come. He was wounded on the 21st November, and has been incessantly and carefully tended ever since. iHe is now getting on very favorably. The wound in the chest, where the ribs were divided by the axe, and the heart exposed to view, is now completely healed, the only ill effects remaining beingl a slight paralytic af fection of the corresponding arm. The brain exposed by tile removal of a portion of the skull which was cut off by a blow of the axe, is only filmed over with a thin skin, and al though the pulsation of the brain is plainly visible, yet the skin nets as a protection friom the air. It is intended shortly to place a sil ver plate over the hole in the skull, so as to protect the brain from any contact with foreign substances, a very alight touch of which ...
EPITAPH ON THE TOMB OF [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
EPITAPH ON THIE TOMB OF -. Lilke the sweet flower. that blooms at morn, So young and undefll'd, So thus we hail'd our youngest born, A .fidr and lovely child; Till slekness, like the strong wind, blew Am Andippd ippd our little gem, First like a lily tall he grew, Then withlred in the steinm. Few knr.e the sufflerings of the form Who here doie lie beneath, Secure from life's all piteous storm, Cold. emhn, and still in ileath. To other reanlms beyod the tomb Our darling naow is gone; ? le's far from earithly care and gloom, An angel near lte the throne. alothlinks soft hcav'nly music rolls Amid the balmy air; Aletlinlks, within our inmost souls, A lovely calm is there. Resigned, oh Gaod! unto thy will Maby we till death obey, 'Twas thou that gavest, and ranst still Give 'r take all away. Marengo. G. LOYAN.
ABERCROMBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
ABERIOCIOMBIIE. (From a Crrcsplndcstl.) Last Saturday evening the waters of the Fish River catie down very suddenly into the Aberorombic, no much no that a Chinaman, who was in the nact of washing out his cradl,. though cautioned to couic out by ono of Iis counntrymeul, and told that thl water was rising, could not get out in time, anld was\ s?iept down the'river and drowned. The Chinamll is snid to hIneo had gold and money, In hislperson at the time, to thu amount of £00 sterling. I have hoard this morning that some Chinamnc got :the body out of the riter yesterday eveinsg. The Abheerormhie is rising very fast. lied claims dtI erted, and I think no tiut?o wvork will be done this season. The sinking much the same as last time I wrote. Stores, with the exception of Mr. Me Ginness's, rather dull. The inhabitants are soliciting signatures to a peti tion, addressed to his Excellenoy Sir W. Denison, praying a countinuation of the Binda line of post to Bigga and the Abercrombie, and from ...
COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
COUNTRY NEWS. LACHLAN DISTRICT. (From our mwn Corrspondent.) WLEATIIER.-ThO weather for the last few days was very warm. Yesterday we had one or two showers, which have done much good. Thoe grass looks well; the feed throughout the district is very good. The cattlo and horse stock look well, better than I have noticed themt to look for a considerable time past. IRETUInCED CATTLE.-A largo imob of cattle have roturned from the Murray River, which could not meet with purchasers. This lot of cattle passed through here about two mouthls ago, on their way to Melbourne. They were taken, 1 believe, as far as Maiden's Punt, and an otfer of thirty shillings or two pounds per head in bills, payable in three and six months, was made for them. This the owner refused, and tihe consequence is that he has returned to his station on the Mlacquarie river. Would that all those taking cattle, who are offered low prices for really good store cattle, as the above lot were, would timely return. A tow such...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
Wanted, A FAMILY to Shepherd one or two flocks of sheep. Apply to II. PATERSON, 5056 Barabangalo, near Gunning. Governess. W ANTED, for the country, a GOVERNESS to teach three children. None need apply unless healthy and well recommended. Address H. PATERISON, 5057 - Barabangalo, near Gunning. Wanted, A RESPECTABLE FEMALE as COOK. A Apply to MIrs. MARKS, New Argyle Store, Goulburn. 5059 Wanted, A WARDSMAN for the Goulhurn Hospital. AApply to the SUPERINTENDENT. 5061 Wanted, TIHREE or FOUR PAIRS of FENCERS. 1 Apply to ISAAC SIIEPIIERD, Junior. 1818 Wheer Wanted, A MAN to milk, cut wood, and make himself generally useful. Apply at the 'HEaALn' office. 20th February, 1860. 5000 Wanted, A SIIEEP OVERSEER, who can produce satis factory refetences as to character and compe teney. Apply by by ltter or personally to the undersigned. JAMES CHISIIOLM, 5036 Kippilaw, Goulburn. Horses-Horses-Horses. W ANTED, twenty good up-standing horses, fit for coaching purposes. Apply to JOHN J. ROBERTS, 50...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
COIJIERG CIA L. LUnlesn olterKlte exlrcase, tile prlc. qolloted In tlio arttclo ore those Imo tr;oeactor h between tie producer and te firstr port ehater; uotr n Ioetwoen ono dealer and olother, much lest the retail prices.] IlnAtontioon.-o-lio flour, per ton (scare), £45; wheal, per buslol, t2,. G0. to 13s.; broa, 2s. to fs. 3d.; oats, os . to s. Gd.; mire, OrD. to lO?.; toy, cI£ to £13; plotatoes, per oft., 4h. to ol.; resd buttller, per lb., Is. ed. to n.i.: salt ditto, Is. 3d. to to. lad.; cheese, 7ld. to Old.; bacoo, lOd. to is. 3d. ass. - Wheat, per bushel,, l,. to ll5.; one foour, per too, £3t; teconds, ditto, £h0; bran, per bushel, Is. atd. ; maize, os.; oat, 4s. rid. to be.; bay, per toll, t 'd to £tO 1o.; barley, 4s. to 5I ; reh buttner, is d.; salt dinetto, is. por lb.; hellteto, antoed; baoo,, Illnted; ifegg, pue doten, ts. 3d. to Is. Gd.; potutoue, por et., as. to 12.; dried 3Ilds,s entl, ,o. to 7a. 3i.; gree dtitto, so. to t1o ; bread, par 2lb. tlol, ed beef, por ill.,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
:'Iti 3 Ministry have sustained i goad. many deaent-s defents: which would have led to iresignation in the case of any other body of :mne ttlitt have yet held oflice, either in this colony, or, so tur is we can"remember, in any ofiieri par o 'the world ihto wlubli responsible government has been introduced. The to nlcity with which i Mr. Forster in his wildest paroxysms acoused each former ministry of clinging to office, is now completely eclipsed by his own conduct. In our boyish days we remember rending the' following incident, which we have hunted up, as peculiarly illustrative of the disposition of thle Forster-Blanclk-Egar -cabinet: In the year 1822, a large bull-dog, from some cause that was not observed, suddenly Ilow at a line cart-horse tlatt was standing at the end of one of the Liverpool Docks, and fixing his lacerating teeth in his slhounlder, defled every cltlirt to get him off. At vrast he was beaten with cart whips and sticks, withl sbch fitry as seemed enougll to bre...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
.MISC.ELLAV.EO US. Louis NAPOLEON'S Ns:W LONDON PAPEnl-We read, in a late number of the ' Malta Times,' that a report is current in the salons of Paris, to the effect that the Emperor Louis Napoleon intends establish ing a daily newspaper in London, which shall be the regular and confidential exponent of his views. The writer of the report from which we quote says: " After all, it must he remembered that lse would not be the first continental sovereign who had gone into journalism on his own account, for no one doubts that 'Le Nord' was established by the Russian government. And if they have a paper at Brussels, why should not Louis Napoleon have one in Eng land.-" S. A. Advertiser.' A HINT-The ' Toronto Globe' (a leading paper in Canada) addresses the following notice to its sub seribers:-Having purchased Dick's patent for the addressing of newspapers, each copy of the ' Daily Globe' seutby the mail after the Ist January 18601, will bear printed upon it the name of each subscriber ...
A JOURNEY FROM YASS TO BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
A JOURNEY FROhM YASS TO BURIROWA. (From a Correspondent.) IIHaving just had occasion to make a journey from Yass to Burrows, I send you a low notes, imperfect enough perhaps, which are at your service should you think them worthy a place in the columns of the * Goulturn Herald.' The left hand road out of Yass over the bridge leads to Bowning Hill, a very lofty mountain which can bo seen at a distance of many miles and on the summit of which, hundreds of feet above the sur rounding country, is a spring of itlear water. At Bowning there ore two comfortable inns, at one of which, under the shadow as it were of the hill, I dined. I then rode on to Illalong, a very pretty place belonging to the Messrs. lPaterson, where I was very hospitably received. Thence Icontinued my journey till I reached Binalong. At Binalong there are threo runs, a large store. and a very nice placo belonging to E. Beckham, Esq., Conmmissioner of Crown Lauds. I took up my quarters at the Swan Inn, which I found a ...
FRIDAY — FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
* ?RIDAYn-FEnRcUARY 24. In the assembly the Speaker.took the chair at the usual hour. 11RID)E AT OUNDAGAI. AMr. AIACLEAY asked the Secretary for Lands " What progress has been made, slnce the Ist of December, 1850, when a question was put to the Government on the subject towards fixing the site and preparing a plan and estimate of a bridge over thie Murrumbidgee, at Gundagai?"' Mr. BLA3cI said no further progress had been made since the 1st December, 1859, towards mixing the site for the proposed bridpe over the Mlurrumbidgce at Gundagai, the limited stall of the road deoprtment havingi bee entirely occupied with matters requir oing ore immediato attention; but that as soon as the measures required to replace the bridges swept away by floods had been taken, and the vote for additional assistance for tile road branch upon the estimates for the present year saunctioned, the Gundagai bridge would be taken in hand. SNOW\Y IIVER ESCORT. Mr. WILSON asked the -Secretary for Lands " When it...
LAND BILL. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
LAND BILL. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Smn,--The land bill best suited, and that will meet with the general al probation of the colonists, is that which will not restrict, but that will place the poor man in a position to obtainr a hIome without (that curse) the auction system. Bofore I enter upon this all absorbing and most momentous question. I shall just notice, in passing, tlhat the auction system has hitherto done much mischief; it offered every facility to the rich man to obtain any piece of Inod he chose; on the other ihand it restricted the poor man, with thirty or forty pounds in his pocket, from purchasing a Ihome for himself and family. I have known soveral instances, under the present iniquitous land regulations, of poor, hard-workling men going to land sales with the solo design of purchasing little farms, from thirty to a hundred acres, and having to return with the old story, " he ran me iip," meaning the land-jobber, or I should more properly say tihe land-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS, JUST TO HAND, and will be received by each J Mail, At 6d. each: Lloyd's Newspaper' News of tile World Reynolds' Newspaper. At la. each: Weeookly Dispatch Observer Sunday Times Bell's Life in London. At Is. 3d: Home News via Marseilles C" All of the latest dates prior to the leaving of the Mail AT THE HERALD BOOK MART. The Municipality of Goulburn. Town Hall, Goulburn, 24th February, 18(0. APPLICATIONS for the office of TOWN SUR VEYOR to this Municipality will be received at the Town aull, addressed to the Town Clerk, until three o'clock on Thursday, the 8th March next. The remuneration is fixed at five per cent. on the amount expended in his office. Particulars as to the duties can .b ascertained at the Town Clerk's office. Security will he required. J. T. GANNON, 5037 Town-clerk. Electric Telegraph Branch, Department of Internal Communication, Sydney, 14th February, 1860. ELEOTRIC TELEGRAPH. Fifty Pounds Reward. "'OTICE is hereby given, that a reward not ex cced...
[PER ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
[ lPER TILIC TeLEOllArll.j 'tUESIAY -Fc EBRlvARY 28. In the Legidative Assembly Mr. onRSTra gnae no explal tiol as to the course ministers would adopt on the previous dlefeat they , had sustained on the Upper Ioluse Bill. IIu suid he would be pre pared to make li statement the next (lday. Mr. IIoslot.s then moved the adjournment of the House, and a hlugthened tdebate took place, in which the conduct of ministers was severely criticised and condemnued by rearly all the speakers. Eventually, however, the motion for adjournmnlt was withdrawn, with the understamling that ministers would state their intended coarsti on the following day. There was a full autendanuc of memnbers, and the galleries were crowdeý.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Herald — 29 February 1860
CO1?1UtESP ONDE.IVB. tWo are desirous that our coluumo should he regarded us open to all p udics, and we are tIherefore oilllng to give ilnsrtion to all tump~rarly and intelllgibly written letterr an oubjorto of publio interrot, ervn though the opiubono odrunced mopy b dinmeoioially oppolite to our onn.]